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Unread 28-08-2010, 23:16   #1
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Luas Cherrywood is the 7.5km extension of the Luas Green Line (St. Stephen’s Green to Sandyford) to Bride’s Glen. It is fast-approaching and passenger services are due to start in October 2010. Luas Cherrywood will serve 9 new Luas Stops and will facilitate the achievement of Land Use Objectives developed by Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council. The estimated journey time between Sandyford Stop and Brides Glen Stop is 20 minutes. The stops at Brennanstown and Racecourse are future stops. Stops are located at Central Park, Glencairn, The Gallops, Leopardstown Valley, Ballyogan Wood, Carrickmines, Laughanstown, Cherrywood and Brides Glen. The line will link with the Luas Green Line at the Sandyford Stop and terminate at the Brides Glen Stop. Luas Cherrywood Line B1 is being developed on a Public Private Partnership (PPP) basis and is part of the Government’s Transport 21 investment programme.

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Luas Cherrywood Is Fast Approaching

Luas Cherrywood is the 7.5km extension of the Luas Green Line (St. Stephen’s Green to Sandyford) to Bride’s Glen. It is fast-approaching and passenger services are due to start in October 2010. Luas Cherrywood will serve 9 new Luas Stops and will facilitate the achievement of Land Use Objectives developed by Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council.

The estimated journey time between Sandyford Stop and Brides Glen Stop is 20 minutes. The stops at Brennanstown and Racecourse are future stops. Stops are located at Central Park, Glencairn, The Gallops, Leopardstown Valley, Ballyogan Wood, Carrickmines, Laughanstown, Cherrywood and Brides Glen. The line will link with the Luas Green Line at the Sandyford Stop and terminate at the Brides Glen Stop.

Luas Cherrywood Line B1 is being developed on a Public Private Partnership (PPP) basis and is part of the Government’s Transport 21 investment programme.

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Access to Enniskerry isn't great.
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Updated maps have been added. However, they don't show the P&R locations (I assume they were built).

http://www.luas.ie/ul/Stops%20&%20Zo...071 0_APP.pdf

http://www.rpa.ie/Documents/Luas%20L...Map_August.pdf
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Bit surprised there's no P&R facility at the end of the line at Brides Glen or Cherrywood, especially with all the undeveloped land. I would have thought there was massive potential for potential passengers to drop their cars off at this point.

Hope that the new connecting bus routes go a bit closer to the Luas stops than the current 7 / 46C - no one is going to want to cross motorway slip roads to get there.
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